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Identifying Your Food Plot Acreage Needs
by David Morris

I’m often asked by people who want to start a food plot program, “How many acres of food plots do I need and how many plots?” Of course, the answers will depend on your particular situation, but some general guidelines developed from years of research will help you begin figuring out what’s best for you.

Let’s start with the total food plot acreage you need. If just attracting deer is your main goal, planting 2 to 3 percent of your property in food plots will get the job done.…
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Choosing The Right Plants For Your Plots
by David Morris

It would be hard to imagine a better food plot than a really good stand of Tecomate Lablab, but does that mean Lablab is always…

COYOTES AND FAWNS - A DEADLY COMBINATION
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

A newborn fawn is defenseless, immobile, and left isolated by its mother except for a two to three brief encounters per day for nursing. …



Seeing is Believing
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Would you like to determine how many deer live on the property you hunt or own? Or how many big bucks are roaming around? Trying…



Eastern Colorado Whitetail Rut Hunting
by David Shashy

The whitetail rut in is definitely heating up. Plenty of action was taking place in the wide open prairie country and river bottoms of this…



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Tip #12 - Pre-Season Prep

A good rule of thumb is to always check your hunting gear before the season opens.

Make sure to take a good inventory of your ammo, cover scents and camo.

Clean your binoculars, scope and spotting scope. Sharpen your knife, etc.


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